From the Wires
ExtremeTix Announces Leadership Changes And Key Initiatives For 2013
Positioned for Growth and Technology Development ExtremeTix Looks to the Future
By: PR Newswire
Feb. 11, 2013 11:13 AM
HOUSTON, Feb. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- ExtremeTix recently announced the following organizational changes effective immediately. The current Vice-Chairman, Griffin Winn, assumes the title of President with Tony J. DiCamillo being named Senior Vice President and General Manager.
In addition to the organizational changes ExtremeTix will focus all efforts on their core competency of ticketing solutions and event services in 2013.
ExtremeTix, a leading provider of ticketing solutions and event services since 1999, has many exciting new initiatives and IT Development projects planned for 2013. In January the Calendar View enhancement was released to rave reviews. Future releases include, but are not limited to, additional capabilities for Social Media Integration and Analytics, Mobile ticketing enhancements and modifying the Off-Line Box Office platforms. Additionally ExtremeTix will soon have a major announcement involving a Motorsports initiative currently nearing completion.
ExtremeTix has recently made a significant investment in its infrastructure; increasing server capacity by 100% in recent months. This investment in addition to the renewed focus sets the stage for ExtremeTix to move aggressively to accomplish their best year to date.
The company is self financed through its Board of Directors and currently incurs zero debt. This healthy outlook and focus has prompted ExtremeTix to add additional Sales Representatives, Account Managers and to restructure their Marketing Group.
If you are looking for an alternate Ticketing Partner that understands your business and possesses a high level of professionalism, ExtremeTix would love the opportunity to earn your business.
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